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Sat 18 Feb 2017 @ 10:00
Filling the chaplaincy gap - Jeremy Clines @latequartet reviews Victoria Slater's new book @ChurchTimes… https://t.co/OJY7DtoudB
Author(s): Geza Vermes
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Written by Geza Vermes, one of Jewish studies' leading figures, this text acts as a useful introduction for undergraduate students studying historical Jesus modules.
New material covered by the book includes: the Jesus Notice of Josephus re-examined; a summary of the law by Flavius Josephus; Josephus' treatment of the Book of Daniel; new light on the "Binding of Isaac" from Qumran; and the Dead Sea Scrolls 50 years on.
Géza Vermes was a British scholar of Jewish Hungarian origin—one who also served as a Catholic priest in his youth—and writer on religious history, particularly Jewish and Christian.